LATEXOS JURY


XURADO LATEXOS

 

MANUEL ASÍN

Coordinator of the cinema area of Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid. He has curated cycles for Filmoteca Española, MNCARS, CCCB, Festival de Sevilla, Zinebi, Instituto Moreira Salles, etc. He has published articles in magazines such as Trafic, Blogs & Docs or Caimán Cuadernos de Cine, where he is a member of the editorial board. He is the author of the edition and the prologues of two books on the films of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet: Escritos (2011) and Hacer la revolución es también volver a colocar en su sitio cosas muy antiguas pero olvidadas (2016). He is part of the teaching team of Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola (San Sebastián) and Master LAV (Madrid). He has been director of the distributor and publisher of books and DVDs Intermedio (2011-2015).

 

RAMIRO LEDO

Ramiro Ledo Cordeiro (Lugo, 1981) is part of the direction boards of Numax Distribution and Numax Cinema (Santiago de Compostela). The Numax Cinema, that belongs to the associated work cooperative Numax, combines un-dubbed premiere programming with off-circuit films and new digital restorations. Numax Distribution has recently released in Spain titles such as O que arde, by Óliver Laxe; Longa noite, by Eloy Enciso; La venganza de una mujer, by Rita Azevedo Gomes; Caballo Dinero, by Pedro Costa; o El león duerme esta noche, by Nobuhiro Suwa). As a filmmaker, he has directed VidaExtra (2013), Galicia 1936-2011. Estudos sobre o filme de Carlos Velo (2011), O proceso de Artaud (2010), and CCCV- Cineclube Carlos Varela (2005).

 

ALBERT TRIVIÑO

Albert Triviño Massó (Barcelona, 1984) is an experimental filmmaker, teacher, and audiovisual programmer. After graduating in Art History and Experimental Film, he obtained a Master’s degree in Management and Production of Exhibition Projects. Since 2006 he has participated in several exhibitions and festivals, and in 2010 he was recognized with the BCN Producció Award granted by the Barcelona City Council. That same year his work was featured at Xcèntric. Triviño’s artistic and film practice is characterized by an anti-iconic treatment of the image, and he has explored several art forms, such painting, photography, video installation, super 8, 16mm, and documentary. 

He co-founded Zumzeig Cinecooperativa, where he currently is a member of the cinema as a programmer and coordinator.